from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Having feet or a foot: a footed sofa. Often used in combination: web-footed; four-footed.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of foot.
- adj. Having a specified form of foot.
- adj. Consisting of, or having been put into, metrical feet (of a specified character or number).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having a foot or feet; shaped in the foot.
- adj. Having a foothold; established.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Provided with a foot or feet: usually in composition: as, four-footed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having feet
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I want cozy nights with fat snowflakes falling quietly on our street, and late mornings with babies in footed pajamas clamouring around while I make French toast and coffee.
The horse Lady Ashburton sent him is a pretty, swift little creature, and very sure-footed, which is the first quality for a horse whose rider always goes at a gallop.
Barklage is left-footed, which is a plus and a stated need for the club.
Other ceramic objects, such as footed platforms, and enigmatic, hollow “binocular” pieces, attest to the spiritual and ritual life of the Trypilians.
The passage of barges through some of these tunnels is performed in a very curious manner, as owing to the roofs being too low to admit of tugs passing through, the heavily laden canal barges have to be "footed" along by men and boys lying on their backs and pushing against the roof or walls of the tunnel.
So this year, World Kitchen, a little-known Rosemont-based company that makes big-name brands such as Pyrex and CorningWare, will release a new "footed" Corelle rice bowl in China, along with about 84 other updated products worldwide.
Permit me quote in Swedish one "footed" in scriptures:
To escape such torment Hans Amden cleared a space and gave a clumsy-footed Hollandish breakdown till all the Court roared its laughter.
Without shame, I confess that it was I who turned and footed it.
Curiously eager, velvet-footed and silent as a ghost, sliding and gliding and crouching, the dog that was mere domesticated wolf stalked the enticing bit of young life that Mab had brought so recently into the world.